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AMERICANS IN EASTERN ASIA 

By Tyler Dennett 

a • ■'^'%'* *M %ng ^^ ^ffteW'Ats^*; Wmprehettsiye survey on easteni 
Asu which would not ori^r satisfy^ the demand of those who are interested in 
ft commerce and financial situations, past /-and present, and .those who are 
following the history of its diplomatic relations with America. With bis 
careful compilation of documents/and statistics, Mr. Dennett fills the vc i 
with his volume AMERICA IN EASTERN ASIA, but, more than that, it 
provides, because of its easy almost narrative style; sid' ; i»yt«stteg book for 
the general reader. • p ricCi feoo , 

THE McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT ADMINISTRA- 



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TIONS, 1896-1909 
By James Ford Rhodes ; 



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pate, he Russo-Japan6s« Trea^Gonference, Roosevelt's prosecution of the 
trustS'—recteated in Rhodes' spontaneous and vigorous style. 

Probable price, $5.00 

THE DISRUPTION OF VIRGINIA 

By Jame. C. McGregor 
The use. of. new material from untouched sources, and the author's new 
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• ofVirgtainV sectional difficulties, especially, those arising out of fo question 
of secession in 1869-1861. Vobat k price goo 

J CHILE: TODAY AND TOMORROW 

Author of "BrwUi f*i i|<1^" (s^'nInM) 

In clear, readable style the author gives a complete view of Chile's his- 
tory, resources artd.accompKshments. " 



The opening chapter, on Chile's 
iacta as to the high rati a} infant 
women, the high standard of educaU 
black o* yellow races. Later chapter 
tem, the nitrate industry, copper, f 
naval j ositic n, and her history and 

ANGLG^SOUTH AMERI. 

CAN HANDBOOK 

FOR 1922 

Edited by W. H. Kobel 

With its usual mine of vahjafiiesft^ 
formation for the travel!**, this busi* 
ness man and all who want complete 
information. $7.50 



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: comrr.»r,r, die transport sys- 

aj, agriculture, finance, Chile's 

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Tnat complex yet simple soul^ the 
Russian peasant transplanted, dis- 
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